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Does anyone know if Flint Tip is having a shoot Feb. 8&9?
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Yes it is and I"m going to be there.

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What time

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People start showing up around 7:00AM, I'm getting there around 8:00. The kids shoot has been moved to 1:00 so they don't freeze. There is also a potluck later in the day plus a bake sale all day so buy some goodies and help support the club.

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Oh and the grill will be going for burgers.

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Is this a two day shoot or one day?
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Is there a warm up area, as in heat? Been awhile. I will be there around 0730.

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There will be a fire outside and heat inside the clubhouse. Looks like we will need it!

It's a two day shoot.

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So, is it a two day shoot?
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See the post above.

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LOL...that made me laugh.
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Shot the course three times today. Wish I could make it tomorrow. Great shoot with plenty of familiar faces.

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I went both days. The weather was cold and breezy Saturday. Sunday was nice with a little snow, no wind and warmer. Ended up being a pretty day for a shoot. The course was set up really nice with some challenging shots.

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I liked all the new targets. Drilled the salmon, loved the alligator, but my favorite was #19 the 3 deer. Two does blocking the buck...nailed it. It was Gooooooddd............
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Salmon?? [Confused]

That was a carp! LOL [saywhat] [archer]

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